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Moving photos of people around the world honoring the victims of Nice

AP/Rob Griffith
People gather and sing the French national anthem at a vigil in a tribute to the victims of the Bastille Day attack, in Sydney, Australia.
  • Johnny Simon
By Johnny Simon

Deputy Photo Editor

Published This article is more than 2 years old.

As France begins to mourn for the more than 80 killed during Bastille Day celebrations in Nice yesterday, July 14, tributes have already started pouring in from around the world. In locations as far as Japan and Australia, communities of French ex-pats gathered to hear the latest updates, while expressions of solidarity have been made touchingly by people in India, Cambodia, and elsewhere as more awake to the tragic news.


Reuters/David Gray
Members of the Australian French community reacts during a minute of silence during a vigil in central Sydney.
EPA/Dan Himbrechts
The national flag of France is seen flying atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge.


EPA/Kimimasa Mayama
Listening to French ambassador Thierry Dana before a silent prayer at the embassy in Tokyo, Japan.


EPA/Kith Serey
Cambodians pray at the French Institute in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Great Britain

AP/Ben Curtis
Clement Sordet of France plays his shot from the 7th tee, wearing a cap that has the words “Pray for Nice” written on it by hand, at the British Open Golf Championship in Troon, Scotland.


AP/Manu Fernandez
A woman in Barcelona, Spain, holds a banner during a minute of silence in honor of the Bastille Day tragedy in Nice.


AP/Markus Schreiber
A minute of silence at an event to commemorate the victims in Berlin, Germany.
EPA/Marijan Murat
Players of Netherlands and England observe a minute of silence prior to the UEFA European Under-19 Championship group stage soccer match between the Netherlands and England at the Donaustadion in Ulm, Germany.



Pool via AP/Damir Sagolj
A minute of silence before the opening session of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.


Reuters/Amit Dave
Children offer prayers at a school in Ahmedabad, India. The placard reads, “Tribute to the people killed in the terror attack in France.”

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